Trash Pollution is a Prevalent Bay Threat

John Long, president of Clean Bread and Cheese Creek, is working to combat trash pollution in the Chesapeake Bay.

Maryland General Assembly Prepares For Spring Legislative Session

An increase in gas taxes, a repeal of the death penalty and a renewed discussion of liability for pit bull owners are some of the issues currently on the table for Maryland’s 2013 legislative session.

Visitation Center Opens in Baltimore for Children of Domestic Violence Victims

A new center providing safe, supervised visitation between children of domestic violence victims and their parents opened Tuesday in Baltimore.

In Sandy’s Wake, One Garrett County Town Reduced To A Fire Hall and a Diner

In the aftermath of Sandy, the small town of Friendsville in Western Maryland has been reduced to cold darkness, with residents seeking shelter in a fire hall and a diner.

Baltimore Church Accepts LGBTs, Supports Same-Sex Marriage

Reconciling Works is a Lutheran ministry that openly welcomes and accepts members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.

Comptroller Franchot Among Potential Candidates in 2014 Gubernatorial Race

His role as, “a fiscally responsible, progressive Democrat,” will give him an advantage should he choose to run in 2014, Franchot said.

Maryland Republicans Gear Up for 2014 Gubernatorial Race

A number of prominent Maryland Republicans are being mentioned in the discussion of the 2014 gubernatorial race.

Howard County Executive Ulman a Possible Contender for Governor in 2014

Howard County Executive Ken Ulman is one of four Maryland Democrats whose names are swirling around the rumor mill of potential gubernatorial candidates in the 2014 race.

Attorney General Gansler Tours Wye River as Part of Annual Bay Audit

Attorney General Doug Gansler toured the Wye River and met with local students and environmental leaders Wednesday.

Gov. Martin O’Malley Shines in Convention Role

Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley used his prime-time slot at the Democratic National Convention Tuesday to make the case for Obama’s record on jobs and the economy.